Tag: Mental health

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UEA January news in brief

Uea(SU) continue pro-Palestine boycott Union Council has voted to continue the SU’s boycott and divestment sanctions to support Palestinian interests. During the debate the Council’s Vice-Chair said Uea(su) should show it does not align with the Israel state. Jewish Society’s Daniel Burns called the policy “anti-Semitic”. Later in the same night Council voted in favour…

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Local mental health and disability trust requires ‘improvement’

The Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) was rated as ‘requiring improvement’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) report published earlier this month, a step up from their three consecutive ratings of ‘inadequate’, most recently in September 2018. The NSFT provides mental health and learning disability service in the region. The trust provides services…

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A community standing together

This issue is the last of the decade. So I thought we could look back at the first of the decade, Issue 237. It’s 12th January 2010. Labour are in power, and Concrete leads on the government’s budget deficit, which students worry could lead to an increase in fees. In 2010 the fees were £3,225…

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